Rossitza, from Sofia, Bulgaria, has been living with type 1 diabetes since childhood years - diagnosed over 26 years ago. Also a volunteer for the Bulgarian Diabetes Association, the dedicated advocate in January became a mother to her firstborn child, Stella. Rossi shares her experience in this DiAview: What were your personal thoughts about pregnancy
Join us for #T1DGlobal20 on Sunday October 18th for an engaging symposium which features the diverse views and experiences of people living with, and Associations working to support, type 1 diabetes from around the world. Following the ISPAD Virtual Conference & League of DiAthletes (LOD) Global Training programme, this virtual event is free to attend
Due to the high demand for attending #T1DGlobal20 Symposium by the League of DiAthletes, we have allocated more spaces for late entries to join this virtual webinar on Sunday 18th October. After registering here, we will email you a link to join the Zoom Webinar hosted by the Medtronic platform. Session 1: Global Advocates Panel,
Mohammad Al Bahar is an advocate and committee associate to the League of DiAthletes, and an active name across the type 1 diabetes world with his social media account of The Diabetic Traveller. Mo, from Kuwait, has lived with type 1 diabetes for 34 years and is the founder of the Diabetes Ambassadors Program (DAP).
Simran Bal is a 19-year-old student from Leamington Spa, England. Sim was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes 10 years ago. In recent times she has found a willpower and passion to support her local NHS diabetes team, and openly started this interview by sharing how her first decade in living with this condition had been
Every #FeelgoodFriday DiAthlete will share an exclusive, insightful and empowering interview (or #DiAviews) with a connected voice in the type 1 diabetes world. Scott K. Johnson, born and raised in Minneapolis, MN, in the United States, has lived with type 1 diabetes since the age of 5, diagnosed in the April of 1980 - "coming
The League of DiAthlete's (LOD) Global Challenge will this year be in Costa Rica, tackling the part mountainous and part rainforest terrain of Los Santos! We are assembling a team of international patient advocates from within DiAthlete's entity LOD to take on this challenge, whilst filming a documentary on type 1 diabetes and hypoglycaemia around
Sana Ajmal from Islamabad, Pakistan - who will be joining us in Greenwich, London, on Saturday 11th November for the DiAthlete Global Premiere! How old were you when diagnosed with t1 diabetes and in those early years how much did you / your family know about the condition? “It was my 15th birthday. I was